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Michigan Chronicle The Voice of the Community Since 1936 www.MichiganChronicle.com Sign Up for the Michigan Chronicle Digital Daily--->https://bit.ly/2IrR7PU The Michigan Chronicle is the state's oldest and most respected African-American publication.
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This award-winning weekly newspaper has received the prestigious John B. Russworm award for the "Best Black Newspaper in the Country" six times in the past 12 years. Historically, the Chronicle has been at the forefront of reporting major social and economic changes affecting African-American. More than 70 years after its first publication, the Chronicle continues to successfully be the voice of the African-American community. The power and influence of the Chronicle is recognized both locally and nationally.

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Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II today issued the following statement after President Joe Biden announced changes to the...
02/25/2021
Biden Prioritizes Small Businesses for Financial Relief, Gilchrist Supports | Digital Daily | The Michigan Chronicle

Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II today issued the following statement after President Joe Biden announced changes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to provide an exclusive two-week window for small businesses with fewer than 20 employees to apply for forgivable loans guaranteed by the federal government

Biden Prioritizes Small Businesses for Financial Relief, Gilchrist Supports

02/25/2021
Millennial Money Financial Glow Up (Re-Broadcast)

During the Millennial Money Financial Glow Up virtual roundtable panelists addressed the unique financial challenges of millennials, and provided practical, actionable advice and tools on managing personal finances and securing a path to financial freedom.

02/24/2021
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#AD We’re pretty sure this is the only #SilhouetteChallenge we’re allowed to post but @ got that 🔥 dropping tomorrow! Our own Ashley Stevenson had a chance to try their new Premium Spicy Chicken Fillet tonight and let’s just say, 🥵. Tune in on Monday for our Exclusive taste-testing event with some of your faves live on Facebook! And follow us on #TikTok
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The TCF Center hosted its first event since March 2020, welcoming 1,000 athletes and audience members on 16 courts this ...
02/22/2021
Back in Business: TCF Center Hosted First Event Since Pandemic, Statewide Volleyball Tournament | Community | The Michigan Chronicle

The TCF Center hosted its first event since March 2020, welcoming 1,000 athletes and audience members on 16 courts this past weekend.

https://michiganchronicle.com/2021/02/22/back-in-business-tcf-center-hosted-first-event-since-pandemic-statewide-volleyball-tournament/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

Back in Business: TCF Center Hosted First Event Since Pandemic, Statewide Volleyball Tournament

02/18/2021
Millennial Money Financial Glow Up (Re-Broadcast)

During the Millennial Money Financial Glow Up virtual roundtable panelists addressed the unique financial challenges of millennials, and provided practical, actionable advice and tools on managing personal finances and securing a path to financial freedom.

“Real Times Media and our historic Black newspapers – the Michigan Chronicle, Chicago Defender, Pittsburgh Courier, and ...
02/18/2021
Michigan Chronicle Endorses Bishop J. Drew Sheard for Re-election to COGIC’S General Board | Faith | The Michigan Chronicle

“Real Times Media and our historic Black newspapers – the Michigan Chronicle, Chicago Defender, Pittsburgh Courier, and Atlanta Daily World – fully endorse Bishop J. Drew Sheard for re-election to COGIC’s General Board,” said Hiram E. Jackson, CEO, Real Times Media

Michigan Chronicle Endorses Bishop J. Drew Sheard for Re-election to COGIC’S General Board

VANS is collaborating with four Black artists who are using their art to impact the community. The shoe brand is launchi...
02/17/2021
VANS Collaborating with Detroit Artists for Black History Month | City. Life. Style. | The Michigan Chronicle

VANS is collaborating with four Black artists who are using their art to impact the community. The shoe brand is launching sneakers designed by each artist in honor of Black History Month, including two of Detroit’s very own.

https://michiganchronicle.com/2021/02/16/vans-collaborating-with-detroit-artists-for-black-history-month/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

VANS Collaborating with Detroit Artists for Black History Month

Hey Detroit! The SWAG AWARDS is Back! Help us find High School Seniors who are committed to their community. This year T...
02/17/2021
$100,000 in Scholarships for Detroit Students | The Michigan Chronicle

Hey Detroit! The SWAG AWARDS is Back! Help us find High School Seniors who are committed to their community. This year TCF Bank and The Michigan Chronicle will be giving away $100,000 in Scholarships.

TCF Bank and the Michigan Chronicle Seek Detroit Students with a Passion for Community Service to Award $100,000 in 2021 S.W.A.G. Scholarships

The Michigan Chronicle/TCF Bank S.W.A.G. Awards are back. This year's top scholarship award is $25,000! Applications now...
02/16/2021
$100,000 in Scholarships for Detroit Students | The Michigan Chronicle

The Michigan Chronicle/TCF Bank S.W.A.G. Awards are back. This year's top scholarship award is $25,000! Applications now open for Detroit high school seniors with a GPA of 2.25 to 3.2.

TCF Bank and the Michigan Chronicle Seek Detroit Students with a Passion for Community Service to Award $100,000 in 2021 S.W.A.G. Scholarships

TCF Bank and the Michigan Chronicle S.W.A.G. Scholarship Awards are back and accepting applications. Apply now: https://...
02/15/2021
Michigan Chronicle/TCF Bank S.W.A.G. Scholarship Awards | The Michigan Chronicle

TCF Bank and the Michigan Chronicle S.W.A.G. Scholarship Awards are back and accepting applications. Apply now: https://michiganchronicle.com/swagawards/

The Michigan Chronicle and TCF Bank present the S.W.A.G. (Students Wired for Achievement and Greatness) Scholarship Awards. “Many scholarship programs are awarded solely based on academic performance, however, the S.W.A.G. Scholarship Awards were specifically created to ensure that more minority s...

When poverty transcends generations of Black families and seeps into every facet of life, what solutions could be found ...
02/15/2021
Breaking the Generational Curse: The History of Poverty in Black Detroit | Social Justice | The Michigan Chronicle

When poverty transcends generations of Black families and seeps into every facet of life, what solutions could be found to break its devastating cyclical impact?

https://michiganchronicle.com/2021/02/15/breaking-the-generational-curse-the-history-of-poverty-in-black-detroit/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

Breaking the Generational Curse: The History of Poverty in Black Detroit

The Discovery Education STEM Careers Coalition is celebrating Black History Month by offering resources that shine a spo...
02/15/2021
Discovery Education Hosting Event to Celebrate Black Leaders in STEM | National News | The Michigan Chronicle

The Discovery Education STEM Careers Coalition is celebrating Black History Month by offering resources that shine a spotlight on today’s African American leaders in the fields.

https://michiganchronicle.com/2021/02/14/discovery-education-hosting-event-to-celebrate-black-leaders-in-stem/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

Discovery Education Hosting Event to Celebrate Black Leaders in STEM

They are your local learning centers, lounges, hair salons, favorite eateries and more — and they’re still open for busi...
02/15/2021
Where Are They Now? Local Black Motor City Match Businesses Are Still Thriving No Matter the Odds | Digital Daily | The Michigan Chronicle

They are your local learning centers, lounges, hair salons, favorite eateries and more — and they’re still open for business despite the year that was 2020.

https://michiganchronicle.com/2021/02/14/where-are-they-now-local-black-motor-city-match-businesses-are-still-thriving-no-matter-the-odds/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

Where Are They Now? Local Black Motor City Match Businesses Are Still Thriving No Matter the Odds

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Hidden Brilliance The youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman has captivated the country in reading her poem “The Hill We Climb.” Although she was not a secret to some people, most of us did not know about her until President Biden’s inauguration. In 1960, the American Football League (AFL) began playing professional football. The new league discovered that historically Black colleges had a wealth of talented players. Even though the national football league had already integrated and had well known Black players, there were still many more players from these schools with the talent who only needed an opportunity. During the turbulent 1960s, AFL teams focused on the football talent pool in these Black schools for players. Many of these players eventually became Pro Football Hall of Famers. There is a wealth of hidden talent. This talent is hidden in open sight. With all of the problems we face as a society, it is time for us to mine our communities, discover this talent and empower them to develop solutions to make this world a better place. Amanda Gorman’s skill is writing and reading poetry. What is yours? www.darcellwalker.com
A SHIFT IN THINKING Two 22-year-old men created a snack chip product made from egg whites. They pitched their product on the Shank Tank episode that aired on January 22, 2021. The claim is that one bag of these chips has the same nutritional value as an omelet. The idea for this product grew from the fact that one of them has diabetes. These entrepreneurs were impressive in their presentation and did receive an investment deal from one of the sharks. Although this product is novel and they have been in business for three years, one statement in the presentation resonated with me. During the presentation, one of them stated that the two had been thinking about a business they could do together for years. In their teen years, they were thinking about forming companies. Their long term plan is to grow the business and then sell it. This approach is a route to building wealth. A shift in thinking needs to occur where more people consider becoming entrepreneurs. Besides, entrepreneurship and employment are not mutually exclusive. One can still have a day job and be an entrepreneur. The way the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the job market now is a good time for this shift in thinking. www.darcellwalker.com
"The Hill We Climb" by National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman delivering a soaring poem at President Biden's Inauguration.
Statewide Groups United for Community Service: On December 19, Prince Hall Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Jurisdiction of Michigan and the Prince Hall Grand Youth Fraternity partnered with many houses of the Prince Hall Family to provide 42 Essential Baskets for the Neighborhood Service Organization Clay Center. This successful effort for Center assisting homeless provides proof of enhanced community service during the COVID-19 Pandemic. #PHGC-OES-JurisdictionofMichigan
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It is with much regret that I inform you of the transition of Sgt. Preston Jowers at 5:51 AM this morning. I believe that at 105 years old he was the oldest member of our famed group, The Tuskegee Airmen. The arrangements are being completed at Cantrell Funeral Home (Detroit). The specifics will be sent once completed. Please Pray for his family for he shall be truly missed.